The Jacksonville City Council will consider a series of zone changes during its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the city council chambers at the Norman Activity Center. Two central businesses, one industrial district and one commercial district will be looked at by way of public hearings.
First up is a request for a zone change from “G”-Commercial District to “A”-Single Family Dwelling District to allow for a home at 902 Pine Cove. Another will be for a zone change from “H”-Central Business District to “H-Special Use” permit to allow a church at 303 North Jackson St.
The third request is for an “H”-Central Business District to go to “H-Special Use” permit to allow living quarters upstairs at a building on South Main Street. A final request is for a zone change from “K”-Industrial District to “K-Special Use” permit to allow for an assisted living facility on Zimmerman Drive.
In addition to the minutes of previous meetings, the council will also consider for approval:
• a resolution authorizing an application to the Texas Recreation and Parks account program;
• a preliminary plat in the Antlers Subdivision, Block 1, Lots 1-4, Zimmerman Drive;
• a letter of understanding for auditing services to be performed by Henry & Peters, LLC., for fiscal year ending Sept. 30;
• budget amendments for the current fiscal year;
• place out for bid a 99-year lease, 4.5 acres on County Road 3112, Oak Point Subdivision;
• place out for bid a 99-year lease, 15,628 acres, Tract 14, Block 1771, Byrd Branch Subdivision;
• an appointment to the Jacksonville Economic Development Corporation board;
• an appointment to the economic advisory board;
• an appointment to the planning and zoning commission; and
• remove as tabled item: Discuss and consider proposed donation of property to the city of Jacksonville.
The Jacksonville City Council meets at 6 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month in the Norman Activity Center. The meetings are open to the public and include a time for public comment.